Last week I held Scaling options for applications and clusters in AKS workshop under my Infrastructure as Code user group.
This time we focused on scaling in AKS and learned:
- What kind of scaling options are available for applications and clusters in AKS
- How to manually scale pods and how Horizontal Pod Autoscaler (HPA) works
- How to manually scale nodes and how cluster autoscaler works
- What is Kubernetes-based Event Driven Autoscaler (KEDA) and how to use it to scale your applications
If you didn’t attend this workshop, as always, labs are available and you are welcome to work with them.
Here is workshops road-map for 2021-2022:
- AKS Workshop #1 - Introduction to Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS)
- AKS Workshop #2 - Advanced AKS configuration
- AKS Workshop #3 - Immutable AKS infrastructure with Bicep
- AKS Workshop #4 - GitOps in AKS with Flux
- AKS Workshop #5 - scaling options for applications and clusters in AKS
- AKS Workshop #6 - Monitoring options in AKS
- AKS Workshop #7 - Service mesh with linkerd
- AKS Workshop #8 - AKS security
Don’t miss any upcoming workshops and join my Infrastructure as Code user group!
You can also check out my previous workshops dedicated to Infrastructure as Code tools:
- IaC workshop #1: How to live in harmony with ARM templates
- IaC workshop #2: Implement immutable infrastructure on Azure with ARM templates
- IaC workshop #3: Implement immutable infrastructure with Pulumi: Part I
- IaC workshop #4: Implement immutable infrastructure with Pulumi: Part II
With that - thanks for reading!